90 Killed in Militants Attacks in Pakistan In January 
Terrorism

90 Killed in Militants Attacks in Pakistan In January 

PEAHAWAR: At least 90 persons including the security forces personnel and civilians were killed in the   militant attacks across the country took place in the last one month January 2024 while 135 injured in the militants attack across the country, PICSS report stated.  Also 15 individuals were abducted in the month of January this year.

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Pak-Afghan officials meeting ends in deadlock
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Pak-Afghan officials meeting ends in deadlock

 LANDIKOTAL: Pakistani and Afghanistan border officials held meeting at Torkham border Zero point and discussed the paspport and visa issues but could not reach a durable solution, officials sources said on Monday. Pakistani side led by Lt, Col Rana Adnan Shafiq of Frontier Crops(FC ) and accompanied by major Murad,major Bahlool and Torkham tehsildar Daud

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Afghan Taliban visit to Pakistan sparks talks
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Afghan Taliban visit to Pakistan sparks talks

PESHAWAR: The governor of Kandahar and Deputy Head of Military Intelligence of Emarat-e-Islami, Haji Mullah Shireen visited Islamabad to engage in talks with Pakistani authorities sparked diplomatic talks in Pakistan. This visit comes against the backdrop of rising tensions between the two neighbouring countries over cross-border terrorism, particularly concerning the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP). The discussions

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Afghan Govt Closed Torkham border
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Afghan Govt Closes Torkham border

LANDIKOTAL: Torkham border remained closed for several hours after tension raised between Pakistan and Afghaniatan over the installation of signboard at near Torkham border on Wednesday. A border official said that Emarat-e-Islami raised concerns when they started installation of a signboard with the welcoming slogan on it. He said they had written welcome word in

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Pakistan Customs seizes Indian made goods  at Torkham
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Pakistan Customs seizes Indian made goods  at Torkham

TORKHAM: Pakistan customs appraisment officials on Friday have seized millions of rupees Indian made goods at Torkham border,officials said.  Custom Superintendent Mujahid Khan and inspector Muhammad Ayaz Khan told media that acting on a tip-off they stopped two empty trucks(C-16199) and (E-7273) coming from Afghanistsn. He said they recovered 24320 pakcs of betels, 21400,48 kilograms

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Protesters Demand Release Of Pakistani Porters In Afghanistan
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Protesters Demand Release Of Pakistani Porters In Afghanistan

TORKHAM: Residents, porters and social workers on Friday staged protest in Landikotal and Torkham bazaars to record their protest against the Pakistani labourers who have been stopped by Emarat-e-Islami at Torkham border to enter Pakistan. The first protest rally led by Kalimullah Shinwari and others marched in Landikotal bazaar and ended outside the Landikotal press

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Teachers Demand Abolishment of Co-Education System In Pakistan
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Teachers Demand Abolishment of Co-Education System In Pakistan

LANDIKOTAL: Tanzeem-e-Asatiza Landikotal chapter demanded of the government to abolish the co-education system in the country’s educational institutions as it speard obscenity and nudity and against the Islamic values and norms.  The statement, issued by Tanzeem-e-Asatiza after their monthly meeting held in Landikotal on Monday, said that Bahaulpur university like immoral incidents should be stopped

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Brigadier Martyred in Wana Terrorists Attack
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Brigadier Martyred in Wana Terrorists Attack

WANA: Pakistan Army media Wing Inter Services Public Relation(ISPR)on Tuesday issued a statement that during an encounter with the hard-core terrorists in Angoor Adda area of South Waziristan Lower a senior Army officer embraced martyrdom.  It is said that Brigadier Mustafa Kamal Burki from Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) was leading the encounter when he embraced

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Human Trafficking Erodes Rule-of-Law, Safety Of  Communities - Ambassador Blome
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Human Trafficking Erodes Rule-of-Law, Safety Of  Communities – Ambassador Blome

…human smuggling and trafficking had become the third largest crime agency in the world – DIG Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Zaibullah Khan ISLAMABAD: United States embassy Islamabad in collaborating with Sustainable Social Development Organization(SSDO) concluded a two-day International conference on countering Trafficking in Persons (TIP) in Pakistan. The theme of the conference was to strengthen institutional capacity

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Torkham Border Reopens After Six Days Closure
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Torkham Border Reopens After Six Days Closure

TORKHAM: The deadlock final over and Pakistan amd Afghanistan jointly reopened the Torkham border that remained closed for six days, officials on Saturday, Custom official Tamash Khan told The Daily Vendor that after the proper orders from Islamabad they reopened the border after six days of its closure. He said more than five thousands loaded

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US State Department Delegation Visits Pakistan
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US State Department Delegation Visits Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: Counselor of the US. Department of State, Derek Chollet and a delegation of senior US government officials including counselor of the US Agency for International Development Clinton White and Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Pakistan Elizabeth Horst visited Islamabad to highlight the importance of the bilateral partnership and reaffirm the countries’ shared goals.    While

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US Varsities fairs held in Pakistani
Education

United States Varsities hold fairs in Pakistani

…Said the fair has been a wonderful opportunity for reps from across the US to visit Pakistan ISLAMABAD: After a three-year hiatus, Education-USA resumed the South Asia Tour which brought 20 United States higher education institutions (HEIs) to the country, with six of those universities touring Pakistan for the first time. Representatives of the institutions

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68 Journalists killed in 2022, 5 in Pakistan
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68 Journalists killed in 2022, 5 in Pakistan

…The IFJ recorded 68 killings of journalists and media staff in 2022  PESHAWAR:  The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) today released its annual list of journalists and media staff killed in work-related incidents, warning of the return of the open season on media professionals with a spike in the numbers of killings from last year. 

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